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by Stephen Downes
June 24, 2009

Beyond Management: The Personal Learning Environment
In this presentation, I mix the presentation of the theory - chaos, complexity and mesh networks - with the practical technical development leading toward the personal learning environment. A second audio file is also available. Presentation by Stephen Downes, Ed Media, Honolulu, Hawaii,

Day One Done
Some reflection by George Siemens on Day One of the Ed Media conference in Hawaii. Follow especially the link to the rich Twitter feed from the event.
George Siemens, Ed Media, June 24, 2009 [Link] [Tags: , ] [Comment]

0oooo comes after Eeee?
Derek Morrison: "There seems now to be an preference for the 'o' word rather than the 'e' word in government circles. So perhaps we should be waving goodbye to tired old 'e-learning' from the last decade and saying hello to new young fresh 'online learning' which will now help UK inc to walk towards its new bright economic future." And so we come full circle, and the name of this newsletter - "Online Learning Daily" - doesn't appear so dated and out-of-fashion, Derek Morrison, Auricle, June 24, 2009 [Link] [Tags: , , ] [Comment]

Unravelling the Canadian Copyright Policy Laundering Strategy
Michael Geist continues his relentless coverage of this story: "there has been a clear strategy of deploying seemingly independent organizations to advance the same goals, claims, arguments, and recommendations. Over the past three years, this strategy has played out with multiple reports, each building on the next with a steady stream of self-citation. The following diagram highlights the key players."

Michael Geist, Weblog, June 24, 2009 [Link] [Tags: ] [Comment]

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